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Study explores why some people are hungry all the time

A study was published in Nature Metabolism from PREDICT, the largest ongoing nutritional research program in the world that looks at responses to food in real-life settings.

UoH signs MoU with ESI Medical College

UoH Vice-Chancellor, Prof. P Appa Rao said the partnership is a 'win-win' relationship between the institutions and encouraged the delivery of initiatives for the larger benefit of the population of Telangana and beyond

IIT students develop digital health system for remote areas

Both Mitali Basak (a third-year PhD student) and Shirsendu Mitra (former PhD student) have been recognised for an entry to the global Charm Health Innovation Challenge.

India-UAE pact on science cooperation gets Cabinet nod

The Union Cabinet, chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Wednesday gave its approval to a memorandum of understanding on Scientific and Technical Cooperation between National Centre of Meteorology (NCM)

India suffered longest internet shutdowns in 2020 globally

The majority of these short blackouts were highly-targeted, affecting groups of villages or individual city districts and so were not included in this report, which focuses on larger region-wide shutdowns.

‘Bank’ on this Nizamabad farmer for 110 paddy varieties

Nagula Gangaram, popularly known as ‘Chinni Krishnudu’ is the proud owner of a ‘Grain Bank’ of mind-boggling 110 varieties of paddy

1 of 4 genetic conditions put people at autism risk: Study

More than half of individuals with one of four genetic conditions had significant autistic symptoms, despite not qualifying for formal diagnosis, said researchers from Cardiff University.

S Korea to invest $5.3bn into science, ICT R&D in 2021

The earmarked amount is a 12 per cent rise from 2020 and focuses on basic scientific research as well as new technologies, such as artificial intelligence (AI) and 6G wireless networks.

Indian nuclear R&D units to transfer 25-30 technologies to industry in 2021

"Around 25 technologies are likely to be transferred and around five new technologies are likely to be advertised for transfer in the year 2021," K.N.Vyas, Chairman said.

‘Casual’ smokers may also have nicotine addiction

Many light smokers those who smoke one to four cigarettes per day or fewer meet the criteria for nicotine addiction and should therefore be considered for treatment, said the study published

Pandemic severely disrupts sleep, ups stress: Study

For the study, published in the Journal of Sleep Research, the research team conducted an online survey of 5,525 Canadian during the early phase of the Covid-19 pandemic.

IIT-BHU, IIT-Guwahati to start joint doctoral programme

Through this academic collaboration, both the institutes are expecting a significant boost in high quality research and foundation for further academic collaborations.

How to effectively counter hate speech on Twitter

The rise of online hate speech is a disturbing, growing trend in countries around the world, with serious psychological consequences and the potential to impact, and even contribute to, real-world violence.

Cough droplet can travel up to 6.6 mtrs: Study

Even further under dry air conditions due to droplet evaporation

Natco Pharma eyes launch of 8-10 new drugs yearly

During the year, Natco spent Rs 349 crore on capital expenditure, a majority of which was used to enhance capabilities of their manufacturing facilities

This researcher is tracking Covid-19 with Google’s help

"Our forecasting system has been a top performer at the Centers for Disease Control's (CDC) annual forecasting challenges. I like to think of COVIDcast as a replica of what we've done for the flu but better and faster," said Ryan Tibshirani

Wearing masks significantly reduces Covid-19 spread: Study

The study from Simon Fraser University (SFU) in Canada, have found that mask mandates are associated with a 25 per cent or larger weekly reduction in Covid-19 cases.

Researchers find potential treatment for Covid-19

The findings, published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry, established that a lipid found in the human body could be used to prevent or treat infections with SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.

Vitamin D cuts complications, risk of death in Covid patients

"There is great concern that the combination of influenza infection and a coronal viral infection could substantially increase hospitalizations and death due to complications from these viral infections."

Climate change increases frequency of wildfires globally: Study

Published at ScienceBrief.org, the updated review on the link between climate change and risks of wildfires focuses on articles relevant to the fires in western US and southeastern Australia that raged during the 2019-2020 season.

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